The Future of Brussels
This is why the Brussels government has asked the Minister of Local Government to consult citizens to tackle this issue “without taboos”.
The aim is to question Brussels citizens, who are the first to be concerned in the functioning of their institutions, but also the actors invested in the topics that will be addressed.
This ambitious process will happen in three separate and complementary phases.
The online survey
A broad consultation through an online survey, among a sample of citizens representative of the Brussels population and its diversity.
“Institutional debates” in which various actors (politicians, administrations, associations, etc.) come together to discuss specific themes, address more focused questions about the Region’s institutional functioning and reflect on perspectives for change.
“Citizens’ meetings” in which citizens and key actors debate together on specific themes and reflect on perspectives for change.
Reports and summaries
Methodology and contents of the questionnaire (FR)
The consultation process will end with a final activity on 20 June 2023. Participants will be invited to take note of the results of the consultation. A final exchange of views will then be organised to allow everyone to react to these results, to complete them if necessary, and to share their ideas for "The Futures of Brussels".